Originally Posted by superkyle
That is odd. I would expect the 55" to be a bit brighter but not to the extent that you are describing. Again I'm fairly new to all this so at this point I just believe what the meter is telling me without much question. When I get off work I will play around with everything again and maybe if you happen to get time to provide that excellent walk through on the color calibration that you provided for the grey scale I can get that completed as well and then we can really compare numbers.
This may have something to do with the backlight however. My backlight at the time was set to 50. If you were set to 100 then that may be the cause for the difference but I am assuming yours was most likely set to 50 as well.
Yea, will do. If you don't see it tonight, then tomorrow. Been insanely busy.
Make sure you are on 75%/75% REC709 AS WELL AS CIE2000 in the Advanced options.
1) Do a primary/secondary sweep, use THE GCD 75%/75% lumination/saturation option (I use the 10% windows)
2) Go to CMS colors
3) I went in order of primary then secondary
4) Free measure on!
5) Pull up a color 75%/75% window
6) First use Brightness in the CMS settings for the color to get close to the delta luminance %, closer to 0.0 is what you want. Then adjust Saturation and Hue to narrow in the dE.
7) Do this for every color
8) Perform individual color saturation sweeps (bring down the measure menu for that and hit Go on the right side of the window to do this)
9) Bring up the CIE chart, look at the squares, are they aligning on the 0/25/75/100% numbers (ignore 100% for now).
10) Go to step 5, rinse repeat and try to play with delta luminance and delta E numbers to get the lowest AVERAGE dE across a single color sweep.
That should do it.